2018

MorseLife Memory Care Assisted Living residence renamed the Roni and Gerry Goldsmith Pavilion in recognition of the couple’s signature gift toward this program. This gift was made in honor of Mrs. Goldsmith’s family members impacted by Alzheimer’s disease.

2017

MorseLife Health System welcomes the first residents of the extraordinary Stephen and Petra Levin Tower at MorseLife, the most luxurious senior residence in all of Florida on September 1. The Levin Tower was named in honor of the major gift of MorseLife Chairman Stephen and and Petra Levin.

2016

MorseLife Health System opens its second site for Palm Beach PACE (Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly) at Temple Sinai in Delray Beach, Florida. Palm Beach PACE is the fastest growing program of its type in the State of Florida.*

2015

MorseLife Health System opens Memory Care Assisted Living residence for seniors with memory impairment. This residence includes a 52-apartment assisted living residence and 30 long-term care beds on a separate floor. With a host of services and amenities, this residence is a model for caring for seniors with moderate to advanced memory impairment.

2014

MorseLife Health System opens Sondra and David Mack Pavilion for Short Term Rehabilitation Center on its 37-acre campus, a model of rehabilitation excellence, meeting increased demand among patients with cardiological, neurological, and orthopedic illnesses and injuries. The Pavilion was named in honor of the major philanthropic support of Sondra and David Mack.

2013

MorseLife Health System launches Palm Beach PACE (Program for All Inclusive Care for the Elderly), a comprehensive care program for seniors at risk of nursing home placement. The PACE program provides transportation, medical and nursing care, rehabilitation services, adult day care, prescriptions, and home care, to enable seniors to remain at home. It is the only program of MorseLife funded by Medicaid and Medicare.

2010

The Campaign to Transform MorseLife begins which to date has raised nearly $50 million, making possible the construction of a new, 120 bed short-term rehabilitation center; renovation of our nursing home; development of a memory care residence and building of a luxurious independent living residence.

2009

MorseLife Health System establishes MorseLife Home Care, a Medicare skilled home health care agency, ten years after the establishment of Kramer Senior Services Agency, which provides private, home-based services to enable seniors to live on their own.

2004

The MorseLife Health System campus is named the Marilyn & Stanley M. Katz Seniors Campus in honor of their philanthropic support. The Tradition of the Palm Beaches opens as a 144 unit independent and assisted living residence and reaches 100% capacity.

1999

Kramer Senior Services is established to provide private, home-based services to enable seniors to “age in place” in the comfort of home. The program is named in recognition of the generosity of the late Lola and Saul Kramer.

1989

The Resnick Pavilion opens, adding an additional 160 long-term care beds, named in honor of the philanthropic support of Pearl and Jack Resnick.

1983

The Joseph L. Morse Geriatric Center opens with 120 long-term beds, named for the late Joseph Morse. Mrs. Claudia Morse, the widow of Joseph Morse and close friend H. Irwin Levy sold equal number of shares in their business Funk and Wagnall Encyclopedia to open the upscale senior care facility. The founders of MorseLife are Heinz Eppler, Bennett Berman, Claudia Morse and H. Irwin Levy.